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NEBRASKA (14 - 7) at OHIO ST (17 - 4)
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Monday, 1/22/2018 8:00 PM
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726OHIO ST-11.5-10.5
NEBRASKA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games14-7+10.513-66-1373.434.943.0%36.369.432.141.8%39.3
Road Games3-6+0.55-43-668.030.839.3%33.872.434.743.6%42.3
Last 5 Games3-2+2.84-11-467.029.042.7%31.664.829.440.5%39.4
Conference Games5-3+8.56-22-667.529.441.2%33.766.630.738.7%40.6
NEBRASKA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)73.434.925-5943.0%7-2035.7%16-2270.3%361014187116
vs opponents surrendering71.133.525-5942.7%8-2235.2%13-1971.4%35913186143
Team Stats (Road Games)68.030.824-6239.3%8-2236.6%12-1673.4%34914197115
Stats Against (All Games)69.432.126-6241.8%6-1831.4%12-1768.7%391212195144
vs opponents averaging75.835.927-6045.5%8-2235.8%14-1970.7%36915186134
Stats Against (Road Games)72.434.726-6043.6%6-1831.2%14-2169.2%421314165146

OHIO ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games17-4+7.211-85-1478.438.448.9%37.366.229.440.6%32.1
Home Games11-1+2.85-52-882.441.550.8%37.365.229.240.3%31.6
Last 5 Games5-0+65-01-475.436.848.5%38.258.626.437.5%32.4
Conference Games8-0+10.58-03-577.938.651.0%37.061.729.138.3%31.5
OHIO ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)78.438.429-5948.9%7-2036.7%14-1973.2%37815176124
vs opponents surrendering71.333.526-5943.2%8-2135.3%12-1770.3%34813196134
Team Stats (Home Games)82.441.530-5950.8%8-2138.1%14-1972.5%37916156114
Stats Against (All Games)66.229.424-5840.6%8-2433.3%11-1671.0%32812185133
vs opponents averaging7736.627-6045.9%8-2336.2%14-2070.8%37915176134
Stats Against (Home Games)65.229.223-5840.3%8-2532.3%10-1376.1%32712195142
Average power rating of opponents played: NEBRASKA 77.1,  OHIO ST 79.2
NEBRASKA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/3/2017@ MICHIGAN ST57-86L19.5L142O17-6227.4%34527-5747.4%486
12/9/2017@ CREIGHTON65-75L12W158.5U27-7138.0%33929-5850.0%4314
12/20/2017TX-SAN ANTONIO104-94W-9.5W155.5O28-5550.9%44735-7844.9%346
12/22/2017DELAWARE ST85-68W - -31-6051.7%331328-6245.2%3216
12/29/2017STETSON71-62W - -22-6334.9%521125-7234.7%4611
1/2/2018@ NORTHWESTERN70-55W7.5W139.5U24-5543.6%361019-6529.2%4211
1/6/2018@ PURDUE62-74L21W148U22-5440.7%301627-6144.3%3916
1/12/2018@ PENN ST74-76L7.5W140.5O25-6836.8%36726-6639.4%4814
1/22/2018@ OHIO ST              
1/24/2018@ RUTGERS              
1/29/2018@ WISCONSIN              
2/6/2018@ MINNESOTA              

OHIO ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/9/2017WM & MARY97-62W-17.5W159.5U35-5464.8%311127-5251.9%1918
12/16/2017APPALACHIAN ST80-67W-16L152.5U30-5752.6%301125-5347.2%3418
12/19/2017THE CITADEL94-65W-31.5L176.5U37-7450.0%471223-7132.4%3916
12/23/2017*N CAROLINA72-86L7.5L153.5O26-5944.1%251426-5745.6%3917
12/30/2017MIAMI OHIO72-59W-23L140U23-5541.8%361122-6036.7%3814
1/4/2018@ IOWA92-81W-1W151O35-6653.0%38929-6842.6%4011
1/7/2018MICHIGAN ST80-64W6W144.5U31-5952.5%33623-5939.0%3812
1/14/2018@ RUTGERS68-46W-6W136U27-5846.6%461117-5928.8%305
1/17/2018@ NORTHWESTERN71-65W-3.5W138U26-5547.3%381226-5844.8%2510
1/25/2018PENN ST              
2/7/2018@ PURDUE              
NEBRASKA: Last season: 12-19, third straight season with no postseason appearance.
Who's gone: G Tai Webster, F Ed Morrow Jr. (transfer to Marquette), F Michael Jacobson (transfer to Iowa State), F Jeriah Horne (transfer to Tulsa), F Nick Fuller (graduate transfer at South Dakota).
Who's back: G Glynn Watson. The junior is the only returning player who averaged in double figures (13.0 points per game), and his 1.6 steals a game ranked third in the Big Ten. G Evan Taylor. The senior started the last 21 games. G Anton Gill. The senior returns after rupturing the patella tendon in his right knee on Dec. 25. F Jack McVeigh. The junior dropped out of the rotation in January but re-emerged as a key contributor off the bench. F Isaiah Roby. Played only 15 minutes a game but was third on team with 25 blocked shots; C Jordy Tshimanga. The 6-foot-11, 268-pound sophomore averaged 7.4 points and 5.9 rebounds in last 11 games.
Who's new: G-F James Palmer. The junior transfer from Miami scored a team-high 17 points in 23 minutes of a charity exhibition at Mississippi State. F Isaac Copeland. The junior transfer from Georgetown provides strength and athleticism near the basket. C Duby Okeke. Grad transfer from Winthrop gives Huskers a much-needed rim protector. G Thomas Allen. The freshman was top-100 recruit. G Thorir Thorbjarnarson. Freshman comes out of Iceland's national team program.
The Skinny: This is a huge season for Miles, who's 75-86 in five years and hasn't finished higher than 11th in the Big Ten the last three years. The program hasn't made the postseason since a late run in 2014 produced an NCAA Tournament appearance. Some key additions give Miles hope a move up in Big Ten is possible.
OHIO ST: Last season: 28-7. Lost in the Sweet 16 round of NCAA Tournament.
Who's gone: F Shayla Cooper, F Tori McCoy, G Kiara Lewis. McCoy and Lewis transferred out of the program.
Who's back: G Kelsey Mitchell, one of the best players ever at Ohio State, averaged 22.6 points per game last season; F Stephanie Mavunga, a 6-foot-3 post player who had her season shortened by injury; G Sierra Calhoun (9.5 ppg); G Linnae Harper (8.4 ppg); G Asia Doss (5.7 ppg); F Alexa Hart (4 points, 4.8 rebounds); F Makala Waterman (3.3 points, 3 rebounds).
Who's new: A pair of walk-ons ' F Savitha Jayaraman; G Karlie Cronin, a transfer from SMU who played for the Ohio State lacrosse team last season.
The Skinny: Laden with seniors, the Buckeyes have most of last year's contributors back. Most important are Mitchell and Mavunga, the leading rebounder who was lost for the season to an injured foot in February. After being eliminated from the NCAA Tournament in the Sweet 16 the past two seasons, there is a sense of urgency. The window on Ohio State's best chance to win its first national championship could be closing.
No. 22 Buckeyes host Nebraska hoping to increase win streak

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The magic carpet ride that is Chris Holtmann's first season as Ohio state coach continues Monday night against Nebraska at Value City Arena.

The No. 22 Buckeyes improved their record to 17-4 overall and 8-0 in the Big Ten after breezing to a 67-49 victory over Minnesota on Saturday at Madison Square Garden in New York.

Ohio State not only brings a seven-game winning streak into the home matchup with Nebraska (14-7, 5-3), but Holtmann is the first coach in 95 years to win his first eight Big Ten games. Not since 1923 when Sam Berry won 11 in a row has anyone had that kind of success in his inaugural season.

The Big Ten record is a 12-0 start by Walter Meanwell at Wisconsin in 1912.

Holtmann has a realistic shot to approach the record based on the upcoming opponents, but Ohio State is turning its attention in the short term to Nebraska after the quick turnaround from Saturday and coming off three consecutive road games.

"I think our focus right now is to prepare for the next game, which is Nebraska at home," Ohio State senior forward Jae'sean Tate said after producing 10 points, six rebounds and five assists against Minnesota. "We can't look that far down. We've just got to take care of the task in front of us and that's one thing we've doing for most of the year successfully and we want to continue to do that."

Big Ten player of the year candidate Keita Bates-Diop again led Ohio State against Minnesota with his eighth double-double of the season, finishing with game highs of 17 points and 12 rebounds. The redshirt junior became the 55th Buckeye player to surpass 1,000 career points.

Freshman center Kaleb Wesson contributed 15 points and eight rebounds for the Buckeyes, who have two of their last three opponents below 50 points.

That victory allowed the Buckeyes to equal last year's win total with 10 regular-season games remaining. They also remain tied atop the conference standings with third-ranked Purdue (19-2, 8-0). Ohio State has won 12 of its last 13 games, with the only loss to No. 5 North Carolina on a neutral court in late December.

After Bates-Diop got off to a slow start against Minnesota, Ohio State rallied and then pulled away. Bates-Diop was just 7 of 21 from the field and 0 of 6 on 3-point shots, but he is avearging a Big Ten-leading 19.7 points and 8.9 rebounds per game.

"I just think it's impossible to expect the kind of efficiency and numbers throughout a season when you're getting the attention that he's getting," Holtmann said. "I didn't expect it. I've got to try to put him in some spots a little bit better hopefully and he's got to embrace the physicality that people are attacking him with right now."

Nebraska would like to come into Columbus and knock off Ohio State. The Cornhuskers received a big shot of confidence after a resounding 72-52 upset of then-No. 23 Michigan on Thursday night in Lincoln, Neb.

It was Nebraska's first win over Michigan since 1964, its largest margin of victory over a ranked opponent since 2004 and Michigan's lowest point total of the season. James Palmer led the Cornhuskers, who shot 54 percent from the field, with 19 points.

Nebraska is sitting in the middle of the pack in the Big Ten standings but has designs on contending for an NCAA Tournament berth at the end of the year. Monday's game might be the last chance in the regular season to prove itself against a ranked opponent.

The Cornhuskers' conference record is their best at this stage of the season since 2005-06 while a member of the Big 12.

"I guess I would say it's where I hoped we would be. It's what I thought we could do," Nebraska coach Tim Miles said. "I told the guys I was proud of them, but now we're going to expect you to keep doing it, you know?"

The trip to Columbus begins a stretch of four games in eight days for Nebraska that includes three on the road. The Cornhuskers have won seven of their last nine.

"I would hope we're in a good place," Miles said. "I think this is a five- or six-bid league, personally, and I want to be one of those. And you can't be one of those unless you get there eventually, so the sooner the better."

Last Updated: 2/16/2019 2:00:19 PM EST

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